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Address not resolving properly in browser for my company's website (not adding www. automatically)

Posted on 2011-09-19
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Hi Guys,

I have an issue where if you type within the address bar of a browser news.com.au it auto completes to www.news.com.au and opens the site for you.

If I try and do the same for my company's address (within IE8/9), it will auto change the address to http://company.com.au (rather than www.company.com.au) and then time-out.

Where would I need to make changes in order to correct this?

Cheers.

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You may want to check this out on redirecting your domain name from one form to the other. This is an Apache configuration. It depends on your web server type on how it is accomplished.

http://www.thesitewizard.com/apache/redirect-domain-www-subdomain.shtml
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It is URL Redirection configured in the web server
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